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June 07, 2013
Neil Munro, White House Correspondent
A clear majority of independents, and even a plurality of Democrats, believe high-ranking IRS officials were aware of the agency’s harassment of conservatives’ political organizing, according to a new Gallup poll.The poll’s results are risky for Obama, whose political approval rate has remained relatively high, despite the lousy economy, because of his relatively high personal ratings.
Sixty-two percent of adults disapprove of his handling of the IRS scandal, said the Gallup poll. Only 32 percent of adults approve of his reaction to the scandal.
Fifty-seven percent of independents say high IRS officials were “aware of conservative targeting,” said the Gallup poll, released Friday. Only 23 percent believe the “ [was] limited to IRS employees in one office.”
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October 17, 2012 02:49 PM EST
Political Editor, Townhall.com
Rattled by recent polling showing Mitt Romney drawing roughly even with President Obama among female voters, Democrats are making yet another hard play over “ladyparts.” American Crossroads is answering back with an ad blitz of their own, also targeting women. It seems conservatives view women as more than just uteruses. Weird, right?
This spot — which focuses on spending and debt — has $11 million behind it, and will air in swing states:
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February 27, 2012 12:26 PM EST
In the poll, Obama lags the two leading Republican rivals in the 12 states likely to determine the outcome of a close race in November:
•Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum tops Obama 50%-45% in the swing states. Nationwide, Santorum’s lead narrows to 49%-46%.
•Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney edges Obama 48%-46% in the swing states. Nationwide, they are tied at 47% each.
The battleground states surveyed include Michigan — where Tuesday’s primary has become a critical showdown between Romney and Santorum — as well as Ohio and Virginia, which vote next week on Super Tuesday. The other swing states are Colorado, Iowa, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
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(CNSNews.com) – In a week when much of the national media attention on former Sen. Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign focused on his views on contraception, the Gallup tracking poll showed Santorum’s support among women increasing by 12 points, vaulting him into a 10-point lead among women over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
In fact, Santorum’s support among women in this latest Gallup poll is stronger than his support among men.
In the week of Feb. 13-19, according to Gallup’s presidential primary tracking poll of registered Republican voters and Republican-leaning independents, Santorum led Romney 34 percent to 29 percent among men and 36 percent to 26 percent among women.
Posted at 12:03 PM ET, 01/ 7/2011
On a largely party-line vote, the House on Friday cleared the way for debate on legislation that would repeal the national health-care overhaul, setting up a repeal vote next week.
The House approved the terms of debate for the repeal bill on a 236-to-181 vote. Four Democrats — Reps. Dan Boren (Okla.), Larry Kissell (N.C.), Mike McIntyre (N.C.) and Mike Ross (Ark.) — joined Republicans to vote in favor of proceeding on the measure. All four voted against the health-care overhaul last year.
The vote came after a heated debate Friday morning on the House floor in which Democrats accused Republicans of fiscal irresponsibility and protested the GOP’s efforts to push along the repeal bill as quickly as possible.
“This is nothing but a gag rule,” Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) said of the GOP-led process.
Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) charged that Republicans had thrown “fiscal responsibility out the window,” citing the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s estimate that a repeal of the health-care overhaul would add $230 billion to the national deficit over the next 10 years.
Republicans countered that the public has already made up its mind in favor of repeal and that Americans voted for swift action in the November midterms.
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The Ideology of Bondage vs. Freedom
October 24, 2010
This election season has been ferocious on both sides. As a conservative, I must qualify that I lean towards the GOP and Tea Party core values; specifically the core values of our Constitution. With leaders like Sarah Palin, Jim DeMint and Michelle Bachmann and spokespersons like Michael Steel, Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Mike Huckabee, Michelle Malkin, Laura Ingram, Karl Rove and Newt Gingrich and all of the Tea Party Leaders, the battle this mid-term election is between the ideologies of Bondage and Freedom.
The Founders of this Nation framed our Constitution around the premise that all men are equal and “…endowed by (God) our Creator with certain unalienable rights… with freedoms of LIFE, LIBERTY and the pursuit of HAPPINESS. (Barack Obama seems to want to leave out “by God” in some of his recent speeches; I do not think it was unintentional.)
We who believe have Faith that the God whom our Forefathers, Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin and Lincoln proclaimed was founded on the TRUTH of the Holy Scriptures; even Martin Luther King, who was a devout Christian, is a modern day founder. These are our unshakable roots. These roots cannot and will not be shaken by the likes of Barack Obama and George Soros, who now is reported to have obtained a “god complex” just like Obama obtained a “messiah” complex when running for office.
Our founding Faith and Laws came from the Holy Bible which is centered around God our Creator who is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent and in His beloved Son, Jesus Christ our Savior and LORD. This God written about in the Holy Scriptures is, in fact, the One who created all things.
If we assert that our rights come from God and not from men, we have freedom. If our Nation drifts away from the belief in God our Heavenly Father, He will allow us to fall into man’s laws and rules which will constitute Bondage.
posted at 2:05 pm on November 18, 2009 by Ed Morrissey
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Democrats have finally figured out that the independents they won in 2006 and 2008 have begun leaving their banner in droves. Polling numbers for both Barack Obama and Congress have dropped rapidly in the second half of 2009, with Quinnipiac’s under-50% approval rating for Obama just the latest data point in that trend. But they seem to have a little trouble connecting the dots to the radical agenda and the manner in which they’ve attempted to jam it down American throats this session:
Mounting evidence that independent voters have soured on the Democrats is prompting a debate among party officials about what rhetorical and substantive changes are needed to halt the damage.
Following serious setbacks with independents in off-year elections earlier this month, White House officials attributed the defeats to local factors and said President Barack Obama sees no need to reposition his own image or the Democratic message.
Since then, however, a flurry of new polls makes clear that Democrats are facing deeper problems with independents—the swing voters who swung dramatically toward the party in 2006 and 2008 but who now are registering deep unease with the amount of spending and debt called for under Obama’s agenda in an era of one-party rule in Washington.
A Gallup Poll released last week offered a disturbing glimpse about the state of play: just 14 percent of independents approve of the job Congress is doing, the lowest figure all year. In just the past few days alone, surveys have shown Democratic incumbents trailing Republicans among independent voters by double-digit margins in competitive statewide contests in places as varied as Connecticut, Ohio and Iowa.